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Allen Convers

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Navestock, Essex, England (United Kingdom)
Death: circa 1639 (70-88)
South Weald, Essex, England (United Kingdom)
Immediate Family:

Son of John Convers and Joan Convers
Husband of Joana Convers
Father of Allen Converse
Brother of Anthony Convers and John Convers

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About Allen Convers

3. ALLEN3 CONVERS (JOHN 2 RICHARD 1) was born Bef 1560 in Navestock, Essex, England, and  died Abt 1639 in Essex, England. 

  • Parents: John Convers (1530-1574) & Joan Fuller

married 

  1. JOANA/JOANNA. 
  2. ELIZABETH PAMER/PALMER November/28/1602 in South Weald, Essex, England.

  Children of Allen Convers and Joana/Joanna, all born at South Weald, Essex, England.

  1. ALLEN4 , b. 1586, 
  2. EDWARD , b. 1588
  3. ANDREW , b. 1591
  4. ANNE , b. 1599
  5. RICHARD, b. Abt 1600

Children of Allen Convers and Elizabeth Pamer/Palmer, all born at South Weald, Essex, England.

  1. SUSAN
  2. GABRIEL, b. 1604
  3. Daniel b 1609
  4. HESTER b 1612

Sources

  1. The Road to Royalty is Broken: A thesis disconnecting Deacon Edward Converse who came to New England in the year 1630 from the Royalty of Medieval England.  By Robert J. Kurtz - 1998

His will:

ALLEN CONVERS of Southweald in the County of Essex, yeoman, 3 January 1636, proved at Brentwood 28 June 1639. To the poor of the upland of Southweald the sum of twenty shillings to be paid to the overseers of the said parish &c. within one month next after my decease. To Elizabeth my wife all my house and land in Navestock and Stanford Ryvers, for the term of her natural life, and after her decease to my son Gabriel Convers and to his heirs forever. To Elizabeth, my wife, all my house & land in Fyfield alias Fyfed for term of her natural life, and after her decease to my son Daniel and to his heirs forever according to a deed of feoffment. To my so Andrew the sum of four pounds a year for the term of five years, to be paid unto him by my son Daniel, the first payment to begin at the second feast of St. Michael the Archangel next after my decease, and so from year to year until the said term of five years be expired. I give and bequest to Richard Convers, my son, other four pounds a year, &c., to be paid unto him by my son Daniel in manner & form as aforesaid. To Anne Shelton, my daughter, the sum of forty shillings a year &c. &c. To Hester Skynner my daughter other forty shillings a year &c.

Item I give & bequeath to Edward my son the sum of five shillings to be paid unto him b my executrix. To my son Gabriel the sum of five shillings &c. To my son Daniel five shilling. To my son Andrew five pounds, to be paid him within two years after my decease. To Richard my son the sum of ten pounds, to be paid within one year after my decease. To Anne Shelton my daughter five pounds within two years &c. To Richard and Gabriel my sons one great bras pot and one caldron between them and to take them after the decease of Elizabeth my wife Other personal property to daughter Hester Sky nner. All the rest of my said goods, not be queathed nor given away, to Elizabeth my wife whom I make executrix &c., to pay such legacies as I have bequeathed and given away and to see my body buried in a decent and comely manner Wit: Samuel Luckin, Thomas Osborne. Archdeaconry of Essex, 56 Whitehead.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~converse/books/44.html

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Allen Convers's Timeline

1559
1559
Navestock, Essex, England
1586
1586
Navestock, Essex, England
1639
1639
Age 80
South Weald, Essex, England